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A nice example of WW1 German leather bayonet frog, which does have a very faint makers stamp.
A very good example of a tan coloured with the retaining strap for the pommel.
A very nice example of a M1935 map case which is maker marked and dated 1941.
An original helmet net still retaining the steel hooks.
I believe this to be a reproduction splinter pattern face mask allegedly worn by snipers.
The kragenbinde ( collar liner ) was worn on all German military tunics. It's made of cotton fabric with the outside in field grey and the neck worn side in white.
The kragenbinde ( collar liner ), was worn on all German military tunics. It is made of cotton fabric with the outside in field grey and the side in white.
A roll of German period twine.
A nice example of a M31 mess tin strap which is maker marked "lbj" for Textil-u. Lederverarbeitungs-werk and dated 1943.
A zeltbahn strap in good condition.
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